November 1, 2014

Frontiers in Stem Cells & Regeneration

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Course Date: September 27 – October 3, 2015

Deadline: July 7, 2015 | Online Application Form

2014 Agenda (PDF)

Contact for more information: pdc@pdc.magee.edu

Directors: Jennifer Morgan, MBL; and Gerald P. Schatten, University of Pittsburgh

The Stem Cells and Regeneration Course (formerly known as FrHESC) is a dynamic, evolving laboratory and lecture course that includes the complete array of biological and medical perspectives from fundamental basic biology of “stemness” and mechanisms of regeneration through evaluation of pluripotent stem cells for therapeutic benefit.

The NIH sponsored course is designed for postdoctoral fellows, newly independent scientists, and established investigators seeking comprehensive and sophisticated training in research strategies and state-of-the-art cellular, molecular and genetic approaches for advancing human embryonic stem cell research.

The course consists of daily lectures from resident faculty and other invited speakers, discussions and informal seminars, laboratory exercises and demonstrations, and one-on-one tutorials.

The Stem Cells and Regeneration Course will exclusively use human embryonic stem cell lines on the NIH Human Embryonic Stem Cell Registry and being routinely cultured at the Pittsburgh Development Center.

Recent Faculty
Kiyokazu Agata, Kyoto University
Suneet Agarwal, Children’s Hospital Boston
Alexa Bely, University of Maryland
Ona Bloom, Feinstein Institute
Susan Bryant, University of California, Irvine
Bruce Carlson, University of Michigan
Diane Carlisle, University of Pittsburgh
Cheng-Ming Chuong, University of Southern California
Chad Cowen, Harvard University
Ina Dobrinski, University of Calgary
Charles Easley, Emory University School of Medicine
Jens Ehmcke, University of Muenster
Jose Garcia Arraras, University of Puerto Rico
David Gardiner, University of California, Irvine
Kathrin Gassei, University of Pittsburgh
David Hyde, Notre Dame University
Mark Hughes, Genesis Genetics Institute
William Jeffery, University of Maryland
Jongwhan Kim, University of Texas-Austin
Stephen Latham, Yale University
Leslie Leinwand, University of Colorado, Boulder
Michael Levin, Tufts University
Malcolm Maden, University of Florida
Luis Marrero, LSU Health Science Center
Maya Mitalipova, MIT
Shoukhrat Mitalipov, University of Oregon
Steve Minger, GE Healthcare
James Monaghan, Northeastern University
Eran Mosherer, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Jennifer Morgan, Marine Biological Laboratory
Ken Muneoka, Tulane University
Makoto Nagano , McGill University
Chris Navara, University of Texas, San Antonio
Kyle Orwig, University of Pittsburgh
Yingshi Ouyang, Stanford University
In-Hyun Park, Yale University
Pasquale Patrizio, Yale University School of Medicine
Jan Pruszak, University of Freiburg
Mahendra Rao, National Institutes of Health
Ravi Ravindranath, NIH/NICHD
Polani Seshagiri, Indian Institute of Science
David Scadden, Harvard University
Tobias Schatton, Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Jerry Shay, University of Texas-Southwestern
Calvin Simerly, University of Pittsburgh
Jonathon Slack, University of Minnesota
Joel Smith, Marine Biological Laboratory
Richard Tasca, NIH/NICHD
Henk ten Have, Duquesne University
S. Randal Voss, University of Kentucky
Kevin Whittlesey, CA Institute for Regenerative Medicine
Laurie Zoloth, Northwestern University
Leonard Zon, Harvard University